bioimpedance analysis

bioimpedance analysis

a method for analyzing the water content of the body through variations in bioimpedance between different types of tissue.
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A bioimpedance analysis would reveal body composition, including body fat, muscle and water content.
The correlation of nutrition risk index, nutrition risk score, and bioimpedance analysis with postoperative complications in patients undergoing gastrointestinal surgery.
Thus, bioimpedance analysis measures fluid volume primarily of muscle and surrounding soft tissues between the skin and underlying bone.
2010) Canada[Quebec] late yes vs no, maternal cross-sectional puberty, 15-18y, smoking, pregnancy fat, [male][female] total body [diagnostic: multifrequency bioimpedance analysis, kg] t w/maternal smoking [adj mean diff.
Also, another study found that anthropometric measurements and visceral fat tissue measurements such as ultrasonography and bioimpedance analysis (BIA) exhibit differences with respect to compliance with CT results in visceral fat tissue measurements by gender and BMI [7].
Jaffrin MY, Morel H: Body fluid volumes measurements by impedance: A review of bioimpedance spectroscopy (BIS) and bioimpedance analysis (BIA) methods.
To ensure safety, it would be wise to do weekly weights and measures in the office with staff trained to watch for problems along with an initial and weekly bioimpedance analysis (BIA), electrodes attached to the foot and hand, to measure intracellular and extracellular water percentages to determine if the patient is too toxic to do the diet, and lean muscle mass and fat mass percentages.
My visit started with a basic heath check - followed by that bioimpedance analysis by the mysterious machine, which measured the amount of water in my cells and my body fat.
Appendicular skeletal muscle mass: prediction from multiple frequency segmental bioimpedance analysis.
Assessment of preoperative fluid depletion using bioimpedance analysis.
The prediction of basal metabolic rate in young adult, severely obese patients using single-frequency bioimpedance analysis.